Alexia Staniotes

Alexia was honored to be working with the talented folks at LCTC – until they asked her to write a bio. How was she supposed to sum up her 15-year theater career in only 50 words? Well, nonetheless, she still likes the folks at LCTC and is happy to start a brand new chapter with […]

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David Rice

David is thrilled to be part of the 3-time TBA award-winning Left Coast Theatre Co. Theater has been a part of David’s life as long as he can remember. His father was a Broadway musical fan, so he grew up listening to the Original Broadway Cast albums of Sound of Music, South Pacific, Carousel and […]

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Ryan Engstrom

Ryan has been working in the Bay Area as an actor, pianist and vocalist for about three years. Previous appearances with LCTC include Screaming Queens and San Francisco, Here I Come. He has also performed with Pollinator Arts, Royal British Comedy Theatre, and Theatre Rhinoceros. During the day, Ryan works for the San Francisco Ballet […]

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Gabrielle Mortarjemi

Gabrielle is proud to be a member of LCTC. She has been fortunate to be a part of bay area theatre since she was but a “wee lass.” Last seen in Who Are these People? and Motherly Advice. Thanks so much to LCTC for everything.

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Rita Long

Rita is excited to become a part of the LCTC family. Rita has a master’s degree in nonprofit fundraising from NYU and a master’s degree in human sexuality from San Francisco State University. She spent the past four years as a Grant Writer, Annual Campaign Manager, Board Member, and Board Vice President of Muttville, a […]

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Chris Maltby

Chris is a writer, actor, singer, comedian and recent Bay Area transplant. (Sure, he’s got a day job, but those are usually pretty boring, right?)  A native of Seattle, Chris has appeared there as: Uncle Willie in High Society, Cole Porter in Red, Hot and Cole, Saint Peter in Corpus Christi, Chip in On the […]

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Richard Sargent

Richard – actor, director, manager, writer, producer, you get the idea – moved to SF from New York City, where he focused mainly on a film and commercial career. After a few months in SF, he was dying to get back on stage. He became part of the LCTC family in the winter of 2013 […]

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Rodney “Rhoda” Taylor

Rodney founded Left Coast Theatre Co. to provide LGBT theatrical artists a means for their work to reach a broader audience in order for their voice to be heard. He has written the short plays, Baby Christina, P.S. I Love You, Motherly Advice and My Fairy Godmothers.

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